Grateful Dead Live at Laguna Seca Recreation Area on 1988-07-30
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Recording Info:(FOB/Split 10 to 20 Feet)Nakamichi CM700/CP701 -> dbx type II encoder -> Cassette Master (Sony TC-D5M); Transfer Info: Cassette Master (Nakamichi Cassette Deck 1) -> dbx 224x -> Mytek 8X96ADC -> Nuendo (24bit) -> Samplitude v7.02 Professional -> SHN (3 Discs Audio / 2 Discs SHN); Process Info: Very slight eq with waves Q10 and rendered to a 16 bit file with waves L2; Editing Info: Normalized and Tracked with Samplitude v7.02 Professional; Recorded and Transfered BY Bill Reutelhuber; Edited By Charlie Miller 12/15/03
- 2004-07-07 11:59:36
- Monterey, CA
- Recording Info:(FOB/Split 10 to 20 Feet)Nakamichi CM700/CP701 -> dbx type II encoder -> Cassette Master (Sony TC-D5M)
Subject: magic -- & hey Charlie!!!
We were within ten feet or so of the Jerry-side of this pair of mics, under 20 feet from the stage. These guys made us a great tape. The bass is unbelievable. Thanks for that, too.
There is roughly a minute of space missing between where drums breaks off and space begins in track 14 (compare the SBD). We need someone (HEY CHARLIE MILLER!!!) to make us a good composite of this show.
Note that both the David Lindley & El Reyo X set, that opened, and the Los Lobos set that followed before the Dead, are available here on Archive.org. Go ahead, relive the whole show -- or hear it for the first time.
Subject: Exemplary AUD
Subject: bread crumb
Subject: Life changing adventure! Saturday, California, the Dead
Subject: Also My First Show
a really good aud recording
Subject: Dont Ease Missing
This was a great time and this recording was a result of quite a few people coming together to make it happen. The sound was excellent fob and this was a really fun run. I am glad so many people enjoyed our recording.
Subject: Butterfly Man.
I love you Grateful Dead!
Thank you so much for everything!!!!!!
Subject: Cherry popped!
Subject: Estimated Prophet
Thanks for letting me share.
Subject: Shrooms and thousands of miles
Subject: Victim grounded me
Subject: Cmon, let the Good Times Roll
Subject: laguna sicky
Subject: 1st far surpasses the results of the 2nd
2nd Set: Some nasty sounds preclude this gargantuan "Victim." Imagine a deranged 'Phantom' at an organ's helm. Rough, disconnected version. Time to warm up with "Touch." Bit blah. "Estimated" doesn't explode onto the scene, but Bobby's more than willing to spice it up with raspy yelps. Not a thorough jam, but Jerry and Brent wrap around each other like lovers underneath a waterfall. "Eyes" is choppy but filled with some warm poignant moments Moments of 'Drums' sound akin to a cacophony of Vegas slots (mid 7's) "Space" comes and goes without making a statement, leading to the return of "Smokestack." Unfortunately it's very much like the trailings of cigarette smoke - quickly floating away as if it never existed. "GDTRFB" continues the disappointingly unurgent performances. It's fine but undistinguishable. "Wharf" is standard fare, whereas "Throwing" is also off-base; a lack of slicknes in its wheels derailing any momentum. "Saturday" is cream-puff stuff.
Tonight's final tune is the first "US" in a bit. It's mildly rousing but still thin.
2 4/5th stars
Subject: Where's my Ease?
The Dead pull out a bunch of old rockers in this show, but this download is missing the first set's closer, Don't Ease Me In.
Can anyone patch me this please?
Subject: Distant memories
Subject: Good Advise
Subject: Laguna seca
Subject: Mental pictures !
I was trying to quite seeing Grateful Dead this year so I only went to a few shows for which I was given a free ticket, these and the first Long Beach show.
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